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    Default Chasing Waddles-A Short Fim I Made With My Daughter

    This is something we worked on this past Saturday.

    http://youtu.be/lip4LohOdvA
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    HAHAH! That is cute. Great job!

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    Wow Chris, that was simply amazing. I bet your daughter loved it!

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    That's great Chris. Which bits did you do?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tcv View Post
    HAHAH! That is cute. Great job!
    Thanks, it was fun!

    Quote Originally Posted by Flare View Post
    Wow Chris, that was simply amazing. I bet your daughter loved it!
    Thanks, she had an idea that afternoon that she wanted to make a movie. We had done a little one about hunting leopards last year so she wanted to do something along those lines. She loved it most of the time, but by the time we were at the bridge she was pretty much ready to wrap it up. I actually did not get a few shots I really wanted because I didn't want to push the envelope and have a meltdown that would upend the whole thing. Oh, and the car battery died on her jeep, so I ended up pushing that thing back with her in it and my camera equipment in the 90+ degree heat. That was fun.

    Quote Originally Posted by miner2049er View Post
    That's great Chris. Which bits did you do?
    Thank you Mike, I did all of it on the directing/filming/editing/etc end (except the music of course, that is by Michael Giacchino who did the music for the show LOST).
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